Jerome Allan Landau
Since the 1970's Mr. Landau has been a professional Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) specialist, particularly in the fields of arbitration, mediation and group facilitations. He is also an author on these subjects and presents interactive educational workshops trainings for ADR specialists, as well as other professionals. His expertise as an ADR professional has been regularly recognized through his professional certifications from various organizations and prestigious panels, such as the American Arbitration Association, the U.S. District Court, the International Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR), U.S. Arbitration & Mediation Panel, and for service on the American Arbitration Association's Commercial Advisory Panel.
Jerome has twice been invited to present workshops at the United Nations where he was described as "bringing techniques for conflict resolution to those endeavoring to bring peace to the world." He is also a contributor of articles to "ACResolutions", an international magazine serving Dispute Resolution Professionals, and formerly served on its editorial board.
Mr. Landau is a contributing author to articles for the international magazine ACResolutions; and was the only attorney requested to contribute to McGraw-Hill landmark compendium "The Investigative Handbook". He formerly authored a monthly legal column in New York City.
Following his passion for sharing with others the tools to balanced living that he has learned over a lifetime of person research, Jerome is a trainer and presenter of numerous ADR workshops for professional arbitrators, mediators and other professionals. He has twice been invited to the United Nations to present interactive workshops featuring dispute resolution skills and has made presentations to European lawyers regarding American business law, conflict of law, and other topics. Philips International has retained Jerome to present an interactive workshop for its North American educators.
Jerome Allan Landau is admitted to practice in Arizona, New York and Colorado, and the U.S. District Courts for Arizona, the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. He graduated from Brooklyn Law School with a Juris Doctor degree, (1967), earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Baruch School of Business and Public Administration, City University of New York, (1964), and is a Graduate of the Realtor Institute (G.R.I.). Jerome is an Ordained Interfaith Contemplative Minister.